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Caplewood
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Hey man I got those at the north Georgia flea market! They are not fakes!













I just have a custom color I suppose






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CreoleGumbo
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homemade lemon cello






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notiger1997
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Bottle of Roque Beer
Little skillet just big enough to fry and egg in
BBQ apron kit that has all of the stuff for grilling and folds up into a carry case.

$250 Ruth's Chris gift card.






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Salmon
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$10 gift card to Ryans



every freaking year






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TFTC
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All-Clad kitchen tool set (6 piece)







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JOJO Hammer
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I got a set of Global knives.





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Neauxla
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quote:

Probably a fake
It's from Sonoma






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LSUCreole
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quote:

6 qt. What will you use a 9 quart for?


Whatever the frick I want






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Uncle JackD
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quote:

I got a set of Global knives.
jealous






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VABuckeye
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Shun paring knife set. I get a Shun knife or two every year.





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AlmaDawg
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I got some money from my sister that will turn into a mandolin and a decent peppercorn grinder. I will buy some hunting and fishing stuff with the rest.

I don't need much more for my kitchen besides a new stove.






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Darla Hood
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quote:

$250 Ruth's Chris gift card.



Ooh, I was only thinking of culinary tools. My husband received a $100 Ruth's Chris gift card, which he gave to me so a friend and I could go to lunch. He also received a very nice gift card to Hebert's Meat Market.






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AlmaDawg
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so a friend and I could go to lunch


Come to GA, and give me $100. I will make an awesome pan seared thick ribeye and spinnach madeline, with some roasted garlic clove stuffed French bread, browned under the broiler with olive oil, fresh basil, and shredded parm, and a butter lettuce, arugala, tomato, cucumber, red onion and feta cheese salad with home made croutons. Tips are appreciated....







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Uncle JackD
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quote:

also received a very nice gift card to Hebert's Meat
That beats Ruth's Chris IMO






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Darla Hood
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Alma, transportation costs would be more than $100!

Uncle Jack, I agree. (Not to mention that the Hebert's gift card was for twice as much!)






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kennypowers816
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Just getting into cooking a little bit over the past year. Got a Miyabi chefs knife and and Miyabi paring knife. They are supposed to be nice. Anyone know if these are good beginners knives?





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LSUCreole
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quote:

Post Your Best Culinary Christmas Gifts quote: Can someone explain this staub stuff to me
1 step above Le Creuset



If you've never owned either how would you know?








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kage
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We were in desperate need of a good bottle opener, and my wife got this for one of my gifts. I can't believe she spent $50 on a bottle opener, but I have to admit, it's pretty cool. It's got some nice weight to it.

LINK






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rouxgaroux
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How u post a pic it wants me to type in a URL


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